How to Make Computer Part Monsters

About: A high school kid who likes to do a lot. I like to build, invent, blow things up, and fire. If you need help on a project or need a new idea just message me. I regularly check instructables so I will probabl...

I will not take credit on thinking of making these. I just improved on the idea.

I first saw the guys/monsters at a novelty shop by me and i thought I could make these.

They are kind of like this Instructable: https://www.instructables.com/id/Computer_bugs

If you think of names for them comment with the number of the creature and the name you think it should be.

Thanks 
-Zippy


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Step 1: Gather Parts

For tools you will need:

Soldering tool/ solder
Hot glue gun/ hot glue sticks
Maybe helping hands

Parts: 
Different circuit boards with a lot of different components( i used a old TV circuit board and I think a VCR circuit board)

Step 2: Create

Find pieces on the circuit board that you want to use, desolder it or just rip it off. 

Glue or solder depending on what part. I found it is better to solder as much as you can since it is stronger. Start with either legs or main body. Find eyes, something for the mouth, add arms if you want. 



These are some of my creations. There is one not pictured because a leg and the head came off.

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    redsunmtm

    8 years ago on Introduction

    hi,
    you should look here thats my world for 15 years now !
    http://www.youtube.com/user/redsunmtm#p/a/u/0/B-x8gjJVxE4

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    nnygamer

    8 years ago on Introduction

    Cute little buggers. I had troubles gluing my bugs so I only soldered things together.
    Thanks for the nod to my Computer Bug instructable.

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    zipzapper859nnygamer

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    No problem, you published it first so you get that part of the credit. And mostly because i hate guys on here publishing Instructables that already exist so i search to see if one is already made before I publish a new one.